Question about 1995-1997 Chevy 1500 Truck Ignition Starter Alarm Switch
I take it that it shakes when the engine is running but the transmission is in park. You will need to locate which cylinder is not firing. If you have a thermo thermometer, you can check the temperature at the exhaust port for each cylinder. The one or ones with the lowest temp are not firing. Pull them out and see if water in on them. If so you have a head gasket or head problem. You can also , while the engine is running, pull the plug wire out of the dist cap one at a time to see which cyl is not firing. Be careful not to get shocked by using insulated spark plug wire pliers.
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